Our next Daytona Beach Comic and Toy Convention will be Sunday April 23, 2017.
Show starts at 10am and runs till 5pm. Admission is $8.00 at the door.
Children 12 years old and younger get in free. Random door prizes given away all day long.
April 23, 2017 will be our biggest show to date. There will be over 150 vendor tables selling comics, toys, magazines, trade paper backs, records, collectibles, action figures and more.
We will be back at the Embry-Riddle ICI Center!
Costume contest with $300.00 in prizes. Contest will start at 1:30 PM on day of show. No real guns, knives, swords. Use props only. No play fighting. This is a kid and family friendly convention. Please no costumes of a lewd or distasteful nature. There will be three groups. Eleven years old and younger. Twelve to seventeen years old. Eighteen and older group. There will be cash prizes (Daytona Beach Bucks…good at the show) for first, second and third place in each group.
CBCS will be taking submissions at the show.
Visit the CBCS website for more information.
Podcast and show MC by The Riley and Kimmy Show
Comic Book Guest
Rochelle the Teen Cockroach and Nikolai writer John Crowther along with wrestling legend Nikolai Volkoff , artist/writer/editor Nicola Cuti , writer/editor Roland Mann, artist/inker Jeff Whiting, artist/creator Javier Lugo, writer/artist/publisher Bill Black, artist Richard Savidge of Monster Kid Studios, author Joe Lovece, owner/publisher/author for Cosmic Times Martin T. Pierro, writer/publisher Kevin LaPorte writer/editor/publisher Barry Gregory, writer/artist/publisher Jake Estrada
King of the B movies Joel D. Wynkoop, actress M. Catherine Wynkoop, actor Tom Antalek, pod cast and radio Super Radio Bros, daily podcast the Riley and Kimmy Show.
Face painting and balloon creations by Fun Faces Balloon Creations
SPECIAL GUEST: TUGG!
Tugg along with Blake and Kim Ovard
“A Hero Among Us”
The sun was setting on a typically hot and muggy July evening, just a couple of days after July 4th, in Fort Worth, Texas when the call came in to police dispatch — a badly burned puppy, that was still alive, was
wrapped in a blanket and staked down beside a busy six-lane road. A single word, dog, was scrawled on a small sign attached to the stake that held the blanket and puppy in place.
Animal control was contacted, and was told a small, male, bull terrier puppy, about four months old appeared to have been badly burned and abandoned. The animal control officer arrived and carefully took the
puppy to the animal shelter. The puppy was given food and water and made
as comfortable as possible while waiting to see the shelter vet the next
Our hotel of choice is the Best Western Plus. 2620 W. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach, Florida 32114 . There will be a special room rate at the hotel for the weekend of the show. Best Western Plus phone # 386-258-6333.